In this ‘Information and Technology Age’ everything around us seems to have an energy bar or power meter.
As 21st century populace, the majority of us have become so ‘at one’ with our electronic gadgets and tools, that an extraterrestrial visitor would mistake a good deal of earth’s inhabitants for cyborgs with interchangeable electronic parts.
Ok…that’s a bit of an exaggeration, but believe me…that day is quickly approaching!
My point is this…
The Bluetooth we stick in our ear, watches we wear, iPods, cameras; smartphones we holster to our hips or slide in our pockets; tablets and laptops we carry in our bags; there batteries all need to be charged in order to be of use to us.
What good is a $600 5G, touchscreen smartphone that you can’t turn on?
Have you noticed your behavior or the behavior of others when the power meter is reading low? There’s a look of anxiety, followed by a short mission called “Operation Recharge”.
Isn’t it interesting how rude interruptions during a conversation or meeting are immediately provided immunity and grace when prefaced with, “Anyone have a charger for my iPhone?”
To avoid this inconvenient fiasco we typically ensure all of our electronic wares are properly charging throughout the day or at the very least before we go to bed at night.
Speaking of bed…are you fully charged when you wake up? I’d make a bet that your electronics are…
When was the last time you took a theoretical look at your energy bar?
If it’s important for that electronic apparatus to be charged, how much more attention should we pay to the irreplaceable user?
In this ‘Information and Technology Age’ everything around us seems to have an energy bar or power meter…
Start paying more attention to the recharge that really matters and stay inspired, it’s a lifestyle choice!
About the Author:
Global Entrepreneur – Certified Life Coach – Media Personality – Speaker
Linal Harris is a Corporate America graduate, global entrepreneur, certified life coach, and media personality. He has penned over 200 blog posts on his popular website of 5 years, InspirationalPerspective.com and recorded over 200 radio shows on his weekly WVON 1690 AM talk radio program, “Inspirational Perspective”—which he also broadcasts live to his Periscope channel. Harris is a heavily sought-after speaker for conferences and events across the country. He is gifted in custom designing presentations for specific audiences that motivate and inspire. He has been called upon by numerous professional career organizations, universities and Fortune 500 companies to facilitate goal-setting sessions and provide inspirational talks. In 2015, Harris was inducted into Triton College’s Alumni Hall of Fame and he was the recipient of the 2013 Chicago Defender’s Men of Excellence award and the 2012 Chicago Urban Roundtable’s 40 Game Changers Under 40 award.
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